This common roadside wildflower is easily overlooked as its flower is not showy in shape or color and its leaves are a a grayish green. It is one of the many species of clover that finds habitat in waste places.
Flower Type: Irregular flowers in long, dense, furry heads on the end of branches
Flower Color: Grayish-pink or grayish white
Leaf Arrangement: Alternate
Plant Type: Wildflower (Medium - 4-10 inches)
Leaf Type: Divided into 3 narrow, egg-shaped, entire (smooth edged) leaflets covered in silky down.
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